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Wednesday, September 22, 2004

We Ought To
The one that has bothered me is this notion that FBI agents can go into libraries or book stores and find out who is reading what book. Now why that bothers me, is no FBI agent has ever done it. It is not something that would be terribly useful. And it does irritate librarians and people who worry about civil liberties issues. And so if it breaks down the national consensus in the war against terrorism and it does no good in fighting the terrorists then, we ought to get rid of it.~Richard A. Clarke, Former White House Advisor.
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